Read more about  the Creelman House's 1920's to 1930's architectural features.

Creelman House


Heritage Area: Cloverdale

Site #: 158

Location: 5678 182 Street

Registered: December 4, 2000

Significance: Architectural

Description: Built c.1936, an unusual and sophisticated example of period revival styles of the 1920’s and 1930’s. Features a refined series of traditional details, including quoining, straight leaded windows and wrought iron detailing. Front steps are covered in random laid red slate. The house was built for Barry and Eva Creelman acquired the property. Barry Creelman was the manager of the Surrey Co-op.

Listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.